Hey there! We're looking for a smart UX Designer with some kind of tertiary qualification. You don't need an official UX qualification, but you do need to have a keen interest in UX and sufficient knowledge of user experience or usability best practices to join our team.
Our studio provides support for innovation and growth projects in the form of user-centred design and rapid prototyping.
We like to think of ourselves as multidisciplinary – we'll know if you're a good fit by seeing your portfolio and having a chat about how you approach UX design. Ideo's Tim Brown described it as having T-shaped people. Read up about it, if you're interested.
I'm so glad you asked that question. Each country, recruiter and organization (big or small) seems to have its own interpretation of the term UX, nevermind UX Designer. For clarity, we think that this UX design position is best suited towards someone with a design background and wants to be a part of a user-centred design company that is doing a lot of rapid prototyping work for desktop and mobile apps.
You're curious about seeing what works and what fails when it comes to testing designs and smashing any assumptions. You also realize that it's not only up to you, but that it requires input from all disciplines to make a great product.
You will be part of our team which does not have a strict hierarchy. We encourage the entire team to discuss ideas and requirements during the process. We're always looking for efficiencies in the way that we work.
Applicants should send their portfolio and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following in the subject line AUXSITE: UXDESIGNER
We are looking for individuals that already have an area of focus in user experience or interface design.
Applicants should play to their strengths using a portfolio, their knowledge and /or a cover letter to the studio when applying.
You have a keen eye for detail. You've heard of a pattern library and know what its good for. You are already well versed in methods to create low-fidelity or high-fidelity wireframes all the way through to finished interface mockups.
This internship will be an unpaid slot for 3 to 4 weeks depending on the candidate's availability. AUX Studio has an on-going interest in skills transfer programs and getting fresh perspectives in the UX team. We also have a paid position opening and this internship opportunity is a great way to get hired if you only have a small amount of experience.
You'll be required to sign a confidentiality agreement as we work on products that are not part of the public domain.
Activities: Participating in workshops, producing wireframe mockups, finishing designs, user-flows and giving creative input.
Applicants should send their portfolio and a cover letter to email@example.com with the following in the subject line AUXSITE: INTERNSHIP AT AUX